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Elephant Baby Battles Herd To Get Mom's Milk1m35s

Elephant Baby Battles Herd To Get Mom's Milk

In an elephant herd, some members may not be as strong or as healthy as others, but everyone is part of the family, without exception. Sick or injured elephants are surrounded by the others and encouraged to stand, for instance. Elephants use their trunks to massage the weak elephant's shoulders and head. They also use their trunks to prod sick elephants to their feet and will attempt to use their bodies to support that of an injured or sick elephant. When traveling, healthy elephants often turn and look back at their slower herd mates, stopping and waiting for those elephants to catch up before continuing to move forward. Elephants are well known for their compassion and empathy towards others and just like humans they experience joy, grief, and a whole array of emotions. It is easy to guess how an elephant is feeling just by one short look at its face. But not always. There too in the elephant heard are tricks and power games members play on each other. Elephants have the reputation of the sages of the animal world and it is not strange to put this wisdom into use when moving the piece of the elephant dominance chessboard to their advantage. For illustration, this is how smart they are: they were seen using tools such as sticks to get to ticks, palm leaves to drive away flies. As the Institute of Nature Institute notes, "many young elephants in the wilderness develop mischievous habits to clog a wooden bell that they wear around their necks, with dirt or clay so that they do not make noise during banana rides on the farm at night." Elephants steal bananas, while the owner of the farm quietly sleeps and does not hear the robber. These are the Elephants from the Chester Zoo in Cheshire, England. With four cute calves in the herd and all different ages it can be quite challenging to get to mother’s milk and queuing is not one of their strong points. When you haven't got any patience, you just push the other one out of the way. Aayu the older male of the calves is nursing first when the one-month-old baby Anjan pushes in and get swiftly pushed out of the way again by Aayu, but then he gets pushed away by the bigger female Indali as she decided she wanted some of mom’s milk too. Aayu thinks maybe pushing backward helps but he just gets a shove up his backside from Indali. Little Anjan tries its luck again when Nandita is suckling but gets pushed away. This time mom intervenes with her trunk and kicks out. With the elephants, there is a lot of pushing and shoving going on. Chester Zoo has got seven Elephants, including four calves in the herd of the Hi Way family. They are: Thi (born 24.04.1981), Sithami (born 31.12.1997), Sundara born 07.03.2004), Nandita (born 20.08.2015), Aayu (born 18.01.2017), Indali (born 17.12.2016) and the new arrival Anjan (born . 17th of May 2018) They also have Anjans dad Aung Bo (born 17.07.2001) and female Maya the oldest born 1966. Habitat loss and fragmentation is the biggest threat to the Asian elephants. Also, scientists at the zoo leading the global fight against the elephant disease called endotheliotropic herpesvirus, also known as EEHV which there is currently no cure for. You can see more of this wonderful Elephant family in this video here on Rumble at: https://rumble.com/v5ppkd-poor-newborn-baby-elephant-gets-knocked-over-by-his-big-bully-brother.html

Gorilla Youngster Tries To Pull Out Loose Baby Tooth1m26s

Gorilla Youngster Tries To Pull Out Loose Baby Tooth

Biting into an apple is the more common way of getting rid of a loose tooth, but that was evidently too boring for this cheeky mammal. Hilarious footage has emerged of a gorilla youngster vigorously trying to pull out an annoying loose baby tooth. It looks like Lope is going to get a visit from the tooth fairy! The gorilla youngster from the Twycross Zoo in England manages to lose one of his baby teeth while wrestling with his mom, and eventually pulls out the loose tooth on his own. The tenacious gorilla is seen struggling with the tooth, but in the end manages to pull out the annoying loose tooth with flying colors, proving that he doesn’t need a dentist. Amazing! Lope , the gorilla youngster from Twycross zoo in England is known for mimicking the human walk, wrestling with the members of his pride, and now even for playing the role of the family doctor. He makes everybody laugh with his swagger and definitely is the coolest kid on the block! In this clip, the five-year-old is seen struggling to pull out a loose tooth with the help of his hands, much to onlookers’ amusement. When he had enough of the annoying loose tooth for the day, he started wrestling with the other gorillas in his zoo enclosure as if nothing has happened! Talk about keeping it cool! In another heartwarming video, starring Lope, we see this gorilla youngster feasting on a giant piece of popsicle . The weather is heating up and the Lope is after some cold flavored fruit ice, in this case a huge popsicle that is hanging from the climbing frame in his habitat. Just look at him munching on a giant piece of popsicle with delight! Maybe that’s what gave him the loose tooth in the first place! Lope the gorilla from the Twycross Zoo in Atherstone, England is having so much fun on a daily basis. He enjoys playing in the hay, throwing it all over himself, wiggling about. He likes playing hide and seek with the other members of his tribe, but most of all he appreciates good food. Who would have thought that gorillas can be hooked on goodies and declare popsicle as their favorite snack. It is not that surprising given this cool treat is scrumptious, smooth and makes everything much better. The great thing about ice cream popsicle is that we can eat it every season since it cools us down in the summer heat, but also makes the winter cold much more bearable! The gorilla family at Twycross consists of 6 members. Oumbi the big male silverback, Ozala the mum of Lope and Shufai. Grandma Bidi and Asante. In 2009 Oumbi joined Twycross zoo to mate with the females. Ozala was Oumbi chosen mate. Lope - was born on the morning of 3 January 2013. Shufai was born on the 24th of September 2016. Talking about loose teeth, in the past few years we see parents thinking outside the box when their children’s baby teeth start to wiggle, and coming up with new, fun ways of pulling out loose teeth. From using a remote-controlled toy car to pull that stubborn loose tooth out, to attaching a string to a helicopter and flying it high ! Pulling out your loose old baby teeth can be a little scary for young children. So why not make the experience a little easier on them by making the process fun and exciting? Over the years, we have seen a number of different attempts at removing loose teeth from kids' mouths . Generally speaking, these attempts successful or not are made with purposeful intention. It is rare that we see one that is accidental unless it features someone getting a bit hurt. This latest video features a girl with two small birds on her shoulders. The birds for some reason are pecking at the girl's teeth. We guess they are cleaning her teeth, but we don't really know. One of the birds manages to remove one of the girl's teeth. We assume it was loose already. However, this bird is certainly down with his bloody new treat .

Fighting Hairless Chimpanzees Cause Tense Scene At The Zoo 1m02s

Fighting Hairless Chimpanzees Cause Tense Scene At The Zoo

We have seen male chimpanzees in action many times and we know their dominant behavior. If you haven’t stumbled upon harsh mammal dominance, make sure you stick around for a moment to witness the action as self-confident males craving for attention try to claim dominance over the pride. It's all for recognition! These are the muscular hairless chimpanzees from the Twycross Zoo in Atherstone, England. Jambo and Mongo are a father and son duo that are both suffering from hereditary alopecia, which is the general medical term for hair loss. When chimps look like they are fighting, it's actually called displaying. It's about intimidating the opponent with lots of uproar and bluster. Intense! Glass or not, watching chimpanzees charge at you only to pound on their chests, is definitely a scary experience! In this video, we are fazed by what these huge mammals are trying to achieve as they engage in a fierce game of chase in their enclosure at the zoo. This is typical behavior, it is just what chimpanzees do. They just exude that dominance and they want to show that any way they can, while making a lot of noise and fuss about it. The pounding of chests and the angry charging, makes chimpanzees seem pretty scary to be around! Now, imagine dealing with a dozen raging mammals all at once. Scary, right!? In this footage we see over a dozen chimpanzees engaging into a fierce game of chase as if they were playing tag together. Showing the others who’s in charge, a hairless male chimpanzee can be seen painting the town red, claiming dominance over this game of chase. Watch as he charges straight to the other mates with such incredible force that we think he’s going to lose it. We bet he is the one causing this whole chaos at the zoo encounter. Next time, we hope he learns how to hold his horses, and exercise his dominance elsewhere, and not disturb his mates at the zoo. Apparently, this is not the first time that chimpanzees from the Twycross Zoo in Atherstone, England, cause a tense scene. In another video we see a dominant chimpanzee showing everybody that he's the boss . He charges through his enclosure, walking like a human and then hurling food at the visitors. You can hear the loud bang against the window! Another hilarious footage has emerged of an over-confident male gorilla exercising dominance in his zoo enclosure. However, his heroic act was tainted with an epic slip up. Who would have known that even a silverback gorilla can slip up? He slipped so much that he did the splits! Adorable! Imagine going to the ZOO to visit all those exotic animals, only to witness the rare sight of chimpanzees engaging into a fierce game of tag. Footage shows over a dozen aggressive chimpanzees furiously raging in their zoo enclosure, painting the town red with their extra dose of adrenaline. Watch as these chimpanzees engage in fierce fight over dominance in their cage. You sure wouldn’t want to get in their way as they try to settle the feud! The massive mammals are clearly showing visitors their impressive strength as they try to prove who’s the alpha male! Unlike this intense video of raging chimpanzees, this heartwarming footage shows the emotional moment when two hairless chimpanzees share their love and affection for each other , acting like lovers do in a way you would never expect it! Jambo from the Twycross Zoo in England is completely relaxed in his new enclosure called Eden. He seems totally in love and besotted with his female mate. He is caressing her foot gently, while she is playing hard to get and keeps pulling away. Just like humans, you can see her later putting her hands around his neck in a loving gesture. Then she starts to kiss his bald head gently. The next bit is just amazing as Jambo pulls away and stretches out his lips towards her. She then gently bites his lips and pulls on it. She continues to investigate his teeth for a few seconds before biting his lip again. He then continues with a French kiss, sticking out his tongue. He even closes his eyes for a second to enjoy the intimate moment! Afterwards he gently bites her brows. You can easily see how animal love doesn't differ much from our own. Even an alpha male, that shows everybody who the boss is by intimidating the opponent with lots of noise and bluster, that he can be also very gentle. An amazing animal couple. And for Jambo it shows that being a bit different doesn't stop you from doing anything, from becoming the boss to a gentle lover. The question on your mind is, why is Jambo hairless? People also call him the 'naked chimp'. Some people think they shaved him or that he is ill. The truth is, the ape has Alopecia, a medical term for hair loss and he had it since adolescence. He is now 35 years old and with his hair gone you can simply see how powerfully muscular he is. Being a hairless chimpanzee hasn't stopped him from anything, rather the opposite as he's the alpha male and rules his habitat! What dо you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!

Misbehaving Silverback Gorilla is in the doghouse39s

Misbehaving Silverback Gorilla is in the doghouse

Oumbi the Silverback Gorilla is obviously in the doghouse with his partner. Ozala, the female from the Twycross Zoo, seems to have a problem with Oumbi, the father of their kids. Both the adults are sitting outside, but finding it hard to look at each other... We can all relate to that!

Scenes In Birmingham After The World Cup Quarter Final Win 1m09s

Scenes In Birmingham After The World Cup Quarter Final Win

These are the scenes in Birmingham city centre. People in the pub and other fans outside celebrating the quarter final win by jumping up and down and singing Football's coming home, it's coming home.... , one of the fans jumped on a van that was parked on the street and dancing, jumping on the vans roof. Singing groups move through the city center. The Saint Martin church by the Bullring as a backdrop. A street vendor that is selling flags and other England items prepared for the occasion and handing out a golden trophy to the passing fans to celebrate with.

England World Cup Football Fans Interrupt Beatboxer In Birmingham 1m34s

England World Cup Football Fans Interrupt Beatboxer In Birmingham

As England is celebrating the World cup 2018 quarter final win over Sweden. This group of fans are celebrating their own way by joining a beatboxer that is performing in the City Centre of Birmingham, West Midlands England. This talented beatboxer is doing his thing when the fans approach him singing football is coming home, is coming home …. . The fans are dancing, jumping up and down with the beat of the beatboxer. The seemingly drunken football supporters jump around that much that the money collection goes flying and all the money rolls onto the pavement. The street entertainer is quite disappointed and shouts you’re kicking my money man! The lads are scrambling to put all the money back into the box. One of the football supporters grabs the microphone of the beatboxer and starts singing loudly. The beatboxer is still smiling and letting the fans get on with borrowing his mic. They are all starting to sing loudly again and start jumping, while the beatboxer does his round to collect money from the crowd. It looked like the crowd was giving generously, assuming because they felt sorry for the beatboxer that his act was cut short by the revellers and that he was such a good sport and letting them borrow his gear. More and more football fans are joining the group as they all jump around and chant.

Hilarious Dance Groupie Joins Beatboxers In Birmingham 1m09s

Hilarious Dance Groupie Joins Beatboxers In Birmingham

The beatboxers in Birmingham, West Midlands England get an unaccepted elderly dance groupie. He is showing off his moves, dancing all alone and making the audience burst out in laughter. He is really enjoying himself trying to keep up with the beat. Street entertainers are now a very common site in Birmingham (Brum) which make the shopping street come alive.

Siblings encourage fallen baby elephant to stand up1m47s

Siblings encourage fallen baby elephant to stand up

These are the elephants from the Chester Zoo in Cheshire, England. The two month old newborn baby Anjan has fallen to the ground and can’t seem to get up again. At first just the two siblings surround him and try to help him get up. Than the third one joins in. Now all the calves in the herd surround him. Nandita, the oldest calf, seems to try and move him gently with her foot. Or maybe she is just trying to tell him to get up. The poor little baby appears to struggle in the sand and with all those big feet you would think he was getting trampled on! When you see one of them just narrowly missing the baby’s trunk, it does make you cringe, but in fact they are very gentle. It is more like a nudge to get him back up. In the end Nandita gives him some pushes with her trunk and the baby finally manages to get back on his feet. Just pausing in the sitting position for a few seconds, seemingly contemplating what just happened and then the final push and Anjan is on his feed again and walking off like nothing has happened. A very happy ending!

Monkey Mom Defends Newborn From Overly-Energetic Brother1m31s

Monkey Mom Defends Newborn From Overly-Energetic Brother

Working in a zoo can be quite dangerous at times, but it pales in comparison to the times it’s made you feel elated to even know these amazing creatures. Being a zoo caretaker lets you get to know these beautiful souls a little bit better and create a tight bond, even become friends. Aside from making sure they remain healthy and adapt to the life in captivity, you get to learn all about their quirks and realize that they might be animals, but they each have their own character, and it’s absolutely amazing. The employees at the Twycross Zoo in England decided to show the rest of the world the most incredible footage of a mother and children interaction between Diana monkeys. De'Arly the Diana monkey gave birth to Khari, being the first Diana monkey to be born at the Twycross Zoo in England since 1987. Just recently, De'Arly gave birth to another baby (not named yet), another great achievement from the Twycross Zoo and their breeding program for this rare type of monkey. Check out mom's humorous frustrations as she does her best to keep high-energy Khari away from his newborn sibling! Diana monkeys are a species of monkeys most commonly found in West Africa, especially in Cote D’Ivoire, Ghana and Sierra Leone. They are a no bigger than 20 inches without the tail which can reach up to 30 inches. They have a lifespan of about 20 years and mainly live in primary forests. Their fur consists of black or grey coloring on their backs with white fur on their belly and underside. The prominent brow bone is the inspiration behind their name. It is very similar to the one the goddess Diana had in Roman mythology. These monkeys are known to be quite loud in the wilderness, roaming around the forest and talking to each other. It almost looks like a normal human environment with overprotective mothers and quite rambunctious young. The mothers hover over their children until they are done with nursing. Afterwards only the female are left to live close to their moms while the male Diana monkeys leave the group and roam the forest, trying to create a group of their own. A Diana monkey group usually consists of one male monkey with his females around him and their children. Although as of lately zoos get a bad reputation for keeping animals away from their natural habitat and keeping them under locks, their main goal is to educate people on the billions of different species living in the most remote places on Earth, threatened by extinction by global warming or by the human hand, and luckily, every once in a while, they teach us that we may come in different forms, but we are all alike. What dо you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!

Gorilla charges son after taking playtime too far1m13s

Gorilla charges son after taking playtime too far

Lope and Shufai are having a play fight in front of their big silverback dad who is sitting quietly in the corner. When those two are tumbling a bit too close to Oumbi, the Silverback grabs Lope gently and turns him around without any effort. The brothers continue to play, but Lope gives Oumbi just that little glance of disapproval. Shufai continues to play with Lope while Lope is fighting dad’s arm, which is nearly the same size. Dad just can’t stop himself getting involved and keeps grabbing Lope, but Oumbi seems pretty relaxed with it all. Lope decides it’s time to annoy dad some more by trying to grab his face. Little Shufai quickly runs to the other end because he probably knows what is coming. Lope continues by beating his chest in front of Oumbi and just being silly in general. That was the last straw for the silverback as he first pouts his lips and it takes only another chest beat from Lope to make those massive muscles move like a lighting strike launching towards Lope. His son managed to get away, but his dad certainly made his feelings very clear. He is still the boss!

Charming Sea Lion Tries To Steal Kisses From Partner1m20s

Charming Sea Lion Tries To Steal Kisses From Partner

When we talk about the intellectual capacities of real pinnipeds, then the first place, of course, is occupied by sea lions. They have an enviable memory, are able to understand human commands and are perfectly trained. This is the only kind of pinnipeds that successfully performs in the circus . Probably, many of you have seen how the sea lions briskly run up the stairs, take acrobatic poses, blow the trumpet and, of course, with amazing dexterity catch the tip of the nose thrown balls. True, keeping a sea lion in captivity is rather expensive - it requires 8 to 12 kg of fish every day, and certainly fresh. However, sea lions were trained not only for the entertainment of the most respected public. Even during the First World War, these talented pinnipeds tried to use for military purposes. With such a portfolio behind them, sea lions should not surprise or even amaze us with the stunts and the behavior they are capable to perform and show. And, despite all being said, they still do. Thousands of admirers gather at sea world facilities to admire and cheer these intelligent sea mammals. Here they can see sea lions performing a variety of tricks. Their level of intelligence makes sea lions easy to train and generally get along very well with humans that are working with them. The video at the top of the page shows a touching moment between two members of this species living and thriving in captivity. Watch. The now 17-year-old Patagonian sea lion male arrived from the French Riviera in April 2015 to live in the Dudley Zoo in the West Midlands, England. He seemed to have had a disagreement with his female partner because he was getting the cold shoulder all morning. However, with a little charm, he is able to win her over in this adorable clip. And mind you, this is not only made for the audience’s applause because sea lions are very particular animals if they do not want something, then in no way will they be forced to do it. This is a genuine sign of affection coming from the heart. Adorable! Adapted to life in water, Patagonian sea lions belong to a family of mammals that have mastered the ocean, without losing the ability to confidently move overland. They have a hydrodynamic body shape, limbs that have turned into fins, a thick layer of that fat helps them maintain their temperature, and an unrivaled sense of balance that allows them to perform miracles of juggling. This is a very sociable and not even the least shy animal. They can spend long periods of time in the sea, but in the mating season and the time of the birth of the pups, they return to the land. At this time they form large colonies, the males participate in battles for the territory, the winner of which receives under his protectorate all the females who are in the conquered area, whom he furiously protects. What dо you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!

Orangutan youngster goes totally  ape over popsicle1m18s

Orangutan youngster goes totally ape over popsicle

This is the orangutan youngster from the Paignton Zoo in Devon, England. The zoo staff had a surprise for the Borneo orangutans; they put a giant fruit flavored ice popsicle in their habitat and also a nice big blanket to play with. The popsicle seems to have all kind of stuff in in like mixed fruit, veg and herbs. Yum!

Tigers Parachute Team In Double Jump End Up In Water At Torbay Airshow 4K 42s

Tigers Parachute Team In Double Jump End Up In Water At Torbay Airshow 4K

Tigers Parachute Display Team showing off their double jump display at the 2018 Torbay Airshow in Paignton Devon England! The two linked parachuters give us an awesome display and flying their flag. The Tigers freefall parachute team, formed over 20 years ago and made up of experienced parachutists from the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment. The jump is almost perfect, but unfortunately they are a little bit out from landing on the beach and land in the sea instead with their parachutes soaking wet.

Awesome Aerosuperbatics Wingwalkers At Torbay Airshow in 4K 1m21s

Awesome Aerosuperbatics Wingwalkers At Torbay Airshow in 4K

These are the awesome Aerosuperbatics Wingwalkers performing their display at the Torbay Airshow 2018. The world's only aerobatic formation wingwalking team! You'll see breathtaking series of aerobatic manoeuvres whilst attached to the top wings of the Boeing Stearman biplanes. They're flying at a speed of 150 mph and experience 'G' forces of up to 4G!

Amazing Close Up Of The Chinook Helicopter At Torbay Airshow 1m12s

Amazing Close Up Of The Chinook Helicopter At Torbay Airshow

Footage from the two day Torbay air show 2018. The Bay provides a stunning natural amphitheatre for viewing the air show, delivering a perfect location for a large coastal air show. A close up of the Chinook, an extremely capable and highly versatile support helicopter making a fabulous entrance over Torquay Seafront and hovering over Paignton Pier. You'll also see a close up where the aircrew, the RAF Chinook Display Team wave with their giant hands out of the back. The chinook is a tandem rotor helicopter operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF).

Hairless Chimpanzee Gets Thorough Dental Check From Friend52s

Hairless Chimpanzee Gets Thorough Dental Check From Friend

Chimpanzees are our closest living relatives, sharing more than 98 percent of our genetic blueprint. Humans and chimps are also thought to share a common ancestor who lived some four to eight million years ago. Although they normally walk on all fours (knuckle-walking), chimpanzees can stand and walk upright. By swinging from branch to branch they can also move quite efficiently in the trees, where they do most of their eating. Chimpanzees usually sleep in the trees as well, employing nests of leaves. In this video, Jambo the hairless chimpanzee is getting a thorough dental check by his mate. She is really trying to get all the little bits out of his teeth poking and prodding, while Jambo holds very still and lets her get on with the job. Because nothing looks better than cleaned, shiny teeth, even for chimps. Of course chimps care about the monkey business thing, especially if there is somebody around them to watch what they do and be left in awe. Apes will never cease to surprise us with their incredibly clownish behavior. And they thoroughly enjoy the role of being a jesters on the “court” called a zoo. Jambo’s friend makes sure to give him a detailed dental check-up by using her hands as a dental floss and a toothbrush in order to be able to pluck out every tiny little piece of leftover food that got stuck between his teeth. She also wants to make sure that all parts of the hard and soft palate are being equally flossed. And just look how Jambo follows suite. Neither once does he complain or jerks his head in displeasure. We know that primates love when somebody pats and taps their bodies and they can go on reaping the full benefits of that for hours and hours. So, when Jambo’s mate meticulously finishes cleaning the soft palate, she doesn’t forget to go on cleaning the hard one. Chimpanzees are lively animals with more extroverted dispositions than either gorillas or orangutans. They are highly social and live in loose and flexible groups known as communities, or unit groups. Social dominance exists, with adult males being dominant over adult females and adolescent males. Within a community, there are twice or three times as many adult females as adult males. The dominant (alpha) male of a group can monopolize ovulating females through possessive behavior. On the other hand, gang attack by subordinate males can expel an alpha male.

Gorilla Youngster Cures Sweet Tooth Feasting On Giant Popsicle1m29s

Gorilla Youngster Cures Sweet Tooth Feasting On Giant Popsicle

A heartwarming video has emerged of a gorilla youngster feasting on a giant piece of popsicle. The weather is heating up and the Lope is after some cold flavored fruit ice, in this case a huge popsicle that is hanging from the climbing frame in his habitat. Yum! Lope the gorilla from the Twycross Zoo in Atherstone, England is having so much fun on a daily basis. He enjoys playing in the hay, throwing it all over himself, wiggling about. He likes playing hide and seek with the other members of his tribe, but most of all he appreciates good food. Just look at him munching on a giant piece of popsicle with delight! Lope knows how to make everybody smile! Who would have thought that gorillas can be hooked on goodies and declare popsicle as their favorite snack. It is not that surprising given this cool treat is scrumptious, smooth and makes everything much better. The great thing about ice cream popsicle is that we can eat it every season since it cools us down in the summer heat, but also makes the winter cold much more bearable! In this hilarious footage, we see a youngster gorilla feasting on a big chunk of fruit popsicle hanging in its enclosure. Lope the gorilla youngster is full of energy, and he isn’t afraid to show it. However, today was different because he decided to slow down and enjoy the hanging popsicle snack in peace. Watch how he feasts on the cooling treat with delight! Wonderful!

Compilation of Slovenia's stunning waterfalls in 4K1m06s

Compilation of Slovenia's stunning waterfalls in 4K

This is a compilation of waterfalls and cascades from Slovenia. The Slap Pericnik is a two stepped waterfall within the glacial Vrata Valley, Triglav National Park, Slovenia. In winter months both waterfalls freeze completely and the water droplets sprayed against the rock face form incredible, glacier blue stalactites and stalagmites. An incredible site. The glacial water cascading over the rocks at the snowy Vintgar Gorge, Soteska Vintgar in Slovenia with its turquoise fast flowing river. Unfortunately the gorge is closed over the winter month, but you still have a great view from the entrance. A couple of cascades towards the mighty Waterfall the Slap Kozjak and then the majestic fifteen metres high Waterfall hidden away in an almost cave like setting. The lavish green Soča River Gorge, the narrow valley with steep and rocky walls nature's beauty. The turquoise water of the Soca river running through the valley. Next up the Slap Sopota and Slap Krampež not far away from the Slap Kozjak in Kobraid. Both are close together with only a 5 minute walk from each other. Located near the village of Drežnica. The so called Glijun (Izvir Glijuna) stream shows a multi-stranded waterfall called Slap Virje, near the town of Bovec in Slovenia that is more than 11 meters in height and about 19 m in width. Below, there is a stunning emerald green pool. When you get to the Log pod Mangartom road towards the mighty Mangart saddle, you can view the steep waterfall from the bridge. A view of the Tolmin Gorge from above. A fast flowing river with its footbridge going across. The Gorge is closed over the winter month, but it still gives you this great view from above. The cascading river at the village of Zelezniki in Slovenia with its colorful houses in the background.